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  • Uniswap UNI
  • ( 3.66 % )
  • Rank #23
  • Coins

₹686.63

₹ 686.63

Contracts : Ethereum : 0x1f9...201f984   

  • Rank #23
  • Coins

Market Cap

₹456.21 B 4.1657%

Circulating Supply

753767000

Max Supply

1000000000

Volume

₹17.68 B

All Time High :

₹3333.06

All Time Low :

₹75.81

Price change in 24H :

₹23.86

24H High :

₹610.5

24H Low :

₹567.56


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Uniswap (UNI)

Uniswap is a blockchain-based decentralized exchange (DEX) protocol. It allows users to trade numerous cryptocurrencies straight from their Ethereum wallets, bypassing intermediaries such as centralized exchanges. Uniswap employs smart contracts to perform trades and is based on the notion of automated market making (AMM).


The platform enables liquidity providers to deposit funds into liquidity pools, which are made up of token pairings. One liquidity pool, for example, may hold both ETH and DAI tokens. Traders can then exchange one token for another within these liquidity pools, and the token prices are established algorithmically depending on the token ratio in the pool.


Uniswap has become one of the most prominent decentralized exchanges in the cryptocurrency space, and its popularity has contributed to the growth of the decentralized finance (DeFi) ecosystem on Ethereum. The protocol has also inspired the development of other decentralized exchanges and liquidity protocols across various blockchain platforms.


Founder

Hayden Adams, a software engineer and entrepreneur, founded Uniswap. In November 2018, he established Uniswap as an open-source initiative and decentralized exchange (DEX) based on the Ethereum blockchain. Hayden Adams envisioned a decentralized and user-friendly cryptocurrency trading platform based on the notion of automated market making (AMM).


What makes it unique?

Uniswap is a decentralized exchange for Ethereum tokens with unique features that set it apart from traditional exchanges. It operates without centralized order books, allowing users to trade without accounts or fees.


Its liquidity pool model enables anyone to contribute, ensuring higher liquidity and lower transaction fees. Uniswap offers a flexible fee structure and hosts over 50 liquidity pools with various tokens, including those not found on centralized exchanges. 


The platform's permissionless design allows open access to all users, and its native token, UNI, grants governance rights for participating in the on-chain governance process.


Network Security

Uniswap distinguishes itself from other exchanges by emphasizing security and decentralization. Because the platform uses a decentralized protocol, it is more resistant to hacker attacks. Its smart contracts prioritize censorship resistance, security, and self-custody, ensuring that access is not restricted by trusted intermediaries.


To protect against price manipulation, Uniswap incorporates a pricing oracle and a bug bounty program to motivate users to report security issues. The platform also employs a number of security measures to protect user data from loss, theft, and misuse.


When integrating Uniswap V2 into other on-chain systems, care must be taken to avoid security weaknesses and potential fund loss. Overall, Uniswap's emphasis on security and decentralization distinguishes it as a trustworthy and secure decentralized exchange solution for traders and liquidity providers.


Future Development

Uniswap Labs, which secured a $165 million Series B last year, is releasing its proposed Uniswap v4 plans to garner public feedback. According to Adams, it could be several months before Uniswap v4 launches to the public.


“It's really here as an initial implementation of this protocol and a vision for what it will be, but it's not finished,” Adams told CoinDesk. “There's time for people to give feedback, time for people to find improvements and optimizations, time for people to also start preparing to build on top of it.”



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